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Topic - Bob Calver
BBC reporters put their own bosses in the hot seat over their role in an expanding pedophilia scandal, airing footage from a previously unseen expose of one of the BBC's most popular entertainers and quizzing senior management about why they canned the bombshell program.
BBC reporters put their own bosses in the hot seat over their role in expanding pedophilia scandal Monday, airing footage from a previously-unseen expose of one of the BBC's most popular entertainers and quizzing senior management about why they canned the bombshell program.
"The issues the BBC is dealing with at the moment ... are very different from the phone hacking and illegal intercept of communications which led to the Leveson inquiry," he said. "(But) clearly in the public mind there won't be that distinction, the public will see it as poor standards across the board."
Bob Calver, a journalism professor at Birmingham City University, said the reputation of the British media has hit a low point.